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Description: The melody documentary “L.O.V.E. in F.R.A.M.E.S.” is directed by Cheung Kit Bong, one of the backing vocalists of DUO band. It captures the behind-the-scenes of the “DUO Eason Chan Concert” between 2010 and 2012 and the making of the album “L.O.V.E.” in England, Guangzhou and Hong Kong over six years. The two-year “DUO Eason Chan Concert” is a tour of 66 concerts. During the tour, all members of the DUO band turned from strangers to friends, they have even become indispensable partners of every other. This two-hour documentary is all about capturing and sharing the loving memories of the DUO band with the audience.
Description: Based on the ebook of the same game by best-selling creator Henry Buckton, this movie is enhanced by a fascinating series of interviews with a wide tons of folks who played a vital role in Britain’s ‘finest hour’. Included are the captivating accounts of six warrior pilots who risked their lives day after day to combat the Luftwaffe, which was at that time greatly more experienced in aerial warfare. Their memories are enhanced by the recollections of a gunner, two members of the 400,000-strong ground team who kept as many aircraft flying as possible, a barrage balloon operator and boys who helped to build Spitfires.
Description: Davide Pozzi, who oversaw the delicate process of scanning the original camera negative, discusses the restoration of Alain Resnais' 1959 movie HIROSHIMA MON AMOUR with cinematographer Renato Berta, a unique consultant on the project.
Description: In less than ten years, social media has revolutionized the public sphere. While these plateforms have democratized gratis speech, they also bred an array of putrid concepts and globe views we once thought had disappeared. Calls for deportation, shameless misogyny, death threats.... Are there limits to gratis speech on the Web?
Description: This tool will give you an up-close look at some of the studio’s most popular movies along with the melody of STUDIO GHIBLI that continues to have multi-generational appeal. Songs are performed by famous J-pop stars and artists who have worked with STUDIO GHIBLI over the years. Treat yourself to fun and moving performances that pay homage to your favourite STUDIO GHIBLI films, hear rare stories about Hayao Miyazaki, and learn about the history of Isao Takahata and how he became one of Japan’s best treasures. Filmed at Hiroshima Prefectural Art Museum’s Ghibli Expo -From Nausicaä to Marnie- exhibition, this 45-minute tool is jam-packed with the magic of STUDIO GHIBLI, including popular scenes from your favourite STUDIO GHIBLI works.
Description: Alan Yentob talks to British architect David Chipperfield about his breakthrough in Berlin, his love of the town and the 11 years spent on the transformation of the Neues Museum.
Description: The movie shows the genesis of the Swiss Tropical Institute under the direction of Rudolf Geigy. From his employees and students he was partly admired, partly feared. His moods and outbursts were legendary. As a wealthy industrialist, he was able to afford virtually everything and generously invested in the establishment of the Tropical Institute, but also made considerable development aid in Africa. A find for traces with contemporary witnesses.
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Description: Operation Bootstrap, a non-profit community-based organization, was founded in October 1965, just two months after the Watts rebellion, as a response to a neighborhood in distress. The 1968 documentary captures Bootstrap’s point of economic development with scenes of girls and boys training for a range of employment occasions including how to operate power sewing machines for work in the local garment factory, to the fresh technologies of the day, the IBM keypunch machines. Especially engaging are the scenes of “sensitivity sessions” hosted by the organization, where black and white Angelenos debate problems of race and racism in 1960s America. The film’s cinéma-vérité style allows for a certain closeness with its topics and allows for a precious time capsule glimpse into this vibrant and struggling community.
Description: Sammy Davis, Jr.: I’ve Must Be Me is the first major movie documentary to examine the performer’s vast career and his adventure for identity through the shifting tides of civil rights and racial progress during 20th-century America. Sammy Davis, Jr., had the type of career that was indisputably legendary, vast in scope and scale.
Description: We discover the life of one of the 20th century's most charismatic performers. Bob Marley Bob Marley's renown actually transcends the role of reggae luminary: he is regarded as a cultural icon who implored his folks to know their history.
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This is a nice documentary covering a mayoral election in suburban Sydney where the incumbant mayor, Larry Hand, is seeking re-election in an internal council election. Larry needs 7 of the 12 Councillors' votes and we watch him attempt each ruse accessible to gain the help of his fellow councillors. We receive a fly on the wall view of political manouvering and backroom machinations as Larry cajoles, flatters and threatens his fellow councillors into voting for him. While there are some instances where folks refused to be filmed negotiating with Larry, generally we are show at Larry's side throughout his campaign.Although we receive to see first hand the duplicitous nature of Larry, we still sympathise with him and hope he defeats the evil Labor Party candidate (filmed in a very negative light) and retain his mayoral robes for other term. Rats in the Ranks details twists and turns befitting a thriller and is a nice example of realpolitik.Highly recommendable.
Anderson and Connolly filmed everything they should receive their lenses on in the weeks leading up to a crucial Leichardt Council meeting. No doubt they were hoping for the occasional unguarded word to be caught on movie - or perhaps a minor scandal might flit in front of the camera for a minute or two.The result? Not only did they receive all the juicy items they had hoped for, and more; they got a storyline so excellent and brilliantly proportioned that it should have been scripted - indeed, the `script' that resulted from Anderson and Connolly taking true happenings and snipping out the irrelevant bits is far more satisfying, intelligent and just plain entertaining than all but a handful of the scripts on which Hollywood is willing to squander millions of dollars. Anderson and Connolly's nice fortune surpasses belief. I'm not telling they don't deserve this nice fortune. But by gum, it IS nice fortune. It's as if they'd planted a camera on the shores of Loch Ness just as the creature takes its first breath since 1450.Their only trouble gotta have been to war the impulse to tap some of the councillors on the shoulder and say them what some of the another councillors were planning to do. It's obvious they didn't, because ... oh, watch the movie and search out.P.S.: Having peeked behind the scenes, I have to tell that I'd still be prepared to vote for Larry Hand (the mayor whose term is about to expire and may or may not be renewed). He's probably a decent enough mayor. Indeed, despite the wonderful double-dealing that goes on, most of the councillors are almost innocent. The ones we DON'T see might be the Evil Politicians of famous fable, but the ones we do see really have no vices that weren't already show in the electorate, on election day.
I can only accept with another comments that this documentary is so excellent it might have been scripted. It has everything you should wish in a drama right down to a suspenseful climax.One thing that hasn't been highlighted is the war that some council members have with their own conscience - watching them agonise between their consciences and their party loyalty is funny and painful at the same time.
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